Maggie is an ambassador for a number of high profile companies and charities which are close to her heart. Sharing her experiences and using her profile, she hopes to highlight worthwhile causes and events. Close to home, Maggie was the only female ambassador for England Rugby World Cup 2015. She is also a key representative for world leading real estate services at CBRE who support the RFU’s All Schools programme. Maggie also represents charities such as Sporting Equals and SKRUM, the latter of which aims to give the youth of Africa hope through rugby.
Maggie is an Ambassador for:
London Youth Games Patron
Maggie promotes and supports the London Youth Games keenly. As a former competitor of the Games, she wants to showcase to the world how the London Youth Games helped her go from playing tag rugby to being a Rugby World Cup champion. Inspiring the next generation of talent in this country, is something she is hugely passionate about.
Box 4 Kids provides a unique opportunity for seriously and terminally ill and disabled children and their loved ones to enjoy a VIP day at major sporting events. Children get to meet personalities like Maggie as they enjoy a meal and watch a match in the comfort of an executive box.Box4Kids website
Maggie is an ambassador for Sport England’s ‘Backing the Best’ programme, in partnership with SportsAid. The programme helps young, talented athletes in England who face the greatest financial pressures. ‘Backing The Best’ is not designed to make the commitment to sport any easier, it is designed to make it possible for young people who show promise for the future but may be forced to give up sport entirely due to the costs involved. Maggie is an integral member of the Backing the Best Awards panel, contributing valuable insight and support to the Awards process. Maggie attends SportsAid events throughout the UK to promote the charities work and support the next generation of British athletes.
England Rugby – Spirit of Rugby
Maggie is an ambassador for England Rugby’s inspiring Spirit of Rugby programme.
Spirit of Rugby builds on the inspiration of the 2015 Rugby World Cup and the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games. The programme seeks to increase participation and volunteering in Rugby, together with changing perceptions of the sport. It also supports volunteers aged 16-24 to develop new opportunities for their peers to play rugby, volunteer in rugby and get involved in community focused cultural. There is a focus on Wellbeing, Disability (perceptions), Empowering young people, Connecting communities, Connecting generations & Overcoming isolation.